Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Overnight EF-1 tornado causes damage in Lewisville

  Trees limbs, fallen fences, broken glass and building parts were strewn across areas of central Lewisville on an otherwise sunny morning. A strong thunderstorm rolled...
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Anticipation for Coyote Drive-In grows, company postpones opening for rain

By ADAM SCHRADER and STEVE SOUTHWELL Drive-in theaters have been absent from the Denton County community since The Rancho in Denton closed in the 1980s. There hasn’t...

Lewisville Lake nears capacity after highest rainfall month since 2015 floods

In the midst of what is now officially the wettest October in DFW history, Lewisville Lake is almost filled to the brim. The lake...

Harvey strikes Texas coast as Cat. 4 hurricane

How can you help?  Scroll down to the bottom of the original article to see how you can help Salvation Army in the area. Update...

Hail pounds northern Lewisville

Sunday night's storms brought large damaging hail to northern parts of Lewisville, mostly to the north of Valley Ridge.  Hail ranged in size from...

City buyout prolonged, making homeowners ‘nervous’

  Homes along the south side of Timber Creek Acres were flooded with feet of creek water in September 2010 after remaining rains of tropical...

Lewisville emergency manager provides update to council on tornado response

Lewisville Director of Neighborhood Services Josh Roberts addressed the Lewisville City Council Monday night with a slideshow to provide the council with more detail...

Daylight will dim with Monday’s solar eclipse

A solar eclipse will be visible across the entire U.S. on Monday, Aug. 21, but only a 70–mile–wide swath of the country will be...

Here we go again— Lewisville Lake back in flood pool

Rain fills lake, and forces cancellation of National Trails Day activities By STEVE SOUTHWELL In the past 7 days, due to seemingly incessant rainfall, Lewisville Lake...

‘Have disaster, will travel’: Lewisville emergency response goes mobile

Lewisville is preparing a portable and easy-to-deploy emergency operations center, or EOC, the first of its kind among local governments in Texas. “There’s two of...